Most data breaches are caused by compromised credentials, weak authorisation, and poor access control implementations. Ubisecure Identity-as-a-Service (IDaaS) lets you rapidly embed strong, proven IAM capabilities into your applications to improve security posture without distracting your developers away from your core business.
Embed Single Sign-On
Consolidate identities and support a single identity with one set of credentials for external and remotes users to log in and log out of all your applications (SAML, OAuth, or OpenID Connect).
Embed Multi-Factor Authentication
Add a second form factor like OTP and mobile-based MFA to authenticate users, and with step-up authentication you can elevate authentication trust at the time you need it most.
Connect Identity Providers
Use existing digital identities from national and bank identity schemes, or professional and social networks, to create seamless registration, login, and customer engagement journeys.
IDaaS helps your developers launch applications faster, and helps balance an excellent user experience with better protection for your customers, partners, staff, and your overall business.
The advantages of SaaS – now available for IAM
Identity-as-a-Service delivers core IAM functionality via a SaaS-based, cloud managed service. Because there’s no need to manage the deployment, security, configuration and maintenance, IDaaS is ideal for SMBs and enterprises on a budget who need to build core IAM services into applications quickly and easily.
What is IDaaS?
Identity & Access Management (IAM) is complex. IDaaS helps reduce the risk, cost and time it takes to build reliable and secure IAM functionality into applications.
IDaaS means your developers can focus on building better, safer applications, and getting applications to market faster and at a lower cost.
IDaaS vs Building IAM In-house
Failures in designing robust, standards-based IAM functionality into applications and services can result in both loss of client trust and potential compromise of personally identifiable information (PII). IDaaS enables developers to retain control of their application development, but without introducing risk from inadequately designed IAM functionality. Benefits include:
Reduce breach risk
Poorly planned and implemented identity management is risky. But proven, standards-based identity management greatly reduces breach risk.
Balance security & UX
Over-complex IAM results in poor user experience, low conversion rates, and increased support costs. IDaaS balances security and user experience.
Reduce identity management TCO
Building IAM services in-house is costly and distracting, enjoy the benefits of the SaaS business model with pay-as-you-grow.
Reduce operational risk
IDaaS is fully managed with high availability. No need to run and manage the technology stack locally in the enterprise
Focus on your core business
In-house IAM development requires valuable resource. IDaaS enables developers to maintain focus on growing your core business.
Core IDaaS Capabilities
Single Sign-On (SSO)
Ubisecure IDaaS allows remote users and external users like customers, partners or contractors to log into one application or one network domain, and then will be logged in/out automatically to other associated applications or domains. It improves the security posture by reducing the number of identity credentials users have to manage and, instead, consolidates identities with a single set of credentials for all applications.
IDaaS enables SSO whether your apps use SAML, OpenID Connect or OAuth 2.0.
Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)
Data breaches expose billions of identity credential records every year, driven primarily by weak password policies. Add a second layer of authentication by extending Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) to customers, partners and contractors to mitigate the risk of unauthorised access from successful use of compromised credentials.
With IDaaS, external and remote users experience simplified and frictionless login workflows. In more advanced use cases, build in step-up authentication when different situations require different methods of authentication for improved trust levels.
Identity Provider (IdP) Support
Ubisecure’s Authentication Adapter microservice provides your applications with out-of-the-box support for authentication from many Identity Providers, and fast addition of any standards-based identity credential including support for SAML, WebAuthn, OIDC, OAuth.
- Social Login
- Enterprise Login
- Verified Identities & Regional eIDs
- Federated Networks
Interested in working with Ubisecure as an Identity-as-a-Service provider partner or deploying your own white labelled IDaaS solution?
Get Started with IDaaS
Ubisecure IDaaS adds scalable digital identity management and security to applications. Being SaaS-based, IDaaS can be embedded quickly and at a low ‘per user’ cost. Data location/residency is defined by you to meet local or internal regulatory needs.
Core IAM Services
- Integrate up to 4 authentication sources (IdP), max 2 internal (AD), max 2 external (WS-Federation, SAML, OIDC, OAuth), and unlimited social identity authentication sources (Facebook, Google etc.)
- Provide for up to 4 standards-based application integrations
- OTP options
- Client-defined data residency location
- API access to platform
- Log retention of 1-month duration
- Single-tenant or multi-tenant dependent on add-ons selected and regulatory requirements
Grano implemented Ubisecure Customer Single Sign-On in their document management service, SokoPro, averaging 17,000 daily logins. Find out what challenges the solution has solved and the benefits for all users.
Single Page Applications (SPAs)
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